HTC Puccini tablet will be released in the USA with the 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) support through AT&T Network, reported Engadget. Worth pondering is whether HTC will release the WiFi only model of Puccini for rest of the world
HTC will soon join the suite of 10-inch Android tablet providers with the new Puccini tablet. The new 10.1-inch display will support 1280×800 pixel resolution and will come with HTC Scribe technology through the digital pen. It has been confirmed that this HTC tablet will have dual-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm processor which is good enough to run the Android 3.x Honeycomb on it. Puccini packs Adreno 205 graphics chip that makes it capable enough for 1080p HD video playback.
Considering the processing and graphics power packed, HTC might also launch its gaming store dubbed as Play. At the back panel, the tablet has an 8 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash which makes it distinct from the mediocre camera quality offering other Android tablets. The VGA camera in the front will support for the video chat/calls.
Fresh details state that the HTC Puccini tablet will come with 4G LTE radio with AT&T branding, so expect this tablet to remain exclusive to the USA for couple of months. May be by the year end we may get to see this tablet in other countries as well. That would be interesting because by the year end, Google is expected to launch the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update for the mobile devices and most likely a major update for the Honeycomb tablets as well.